Scholarly article written by Dr. Chetan Sinha on "Teaching as a Political Act : The Role of Critical Pedagogical Practices and Curriculum" -

January 13, 2017

The present paper is an inquiry into the role of the teacher in the context of the dominant Indian value system, an imposed curriculum and teacher-students interactions from the social psychological and critical interdisciplinary perspectives.

Principal Director Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences Awarded "Edupreneur of the Year 2015" by ASSOCHAM -

January 27, 2016

Article written by Dr. Sanjeev P Sahni on "Govt should expedite passage of anti-human trafficking Bill" - The Times of India

March 08, 2017

New Delhi, Mar 8 The government needs to fast-track passage of the proposed anti-human trafficking Bill and set up an effective enforcement machinery to deal with this organised crime, say experts.

Article written by Dr. Sanjeev P Sahni on "Spare a thought for victims of heinous crimes, they need proper compensation" - Hindustan Times

March 03, 2017

One of the basic principles of the criminal justice system in India is that crimes are wrongs against the State, but our overemphasis on this principle leads us to a situation where we focus primarily on punishing the accused, ignoring the plight of the victims and their dependents who suffer grave loss and deprivation in cases of death caused by negligence, murder, rape, acid attack and other heinous crimes.

Seminar organised by JIBS on 'Depression: Let's talk about what we all should know' - United News of Indias

April 08, 2017

Higher budgetary allocation essential for effective mental health treatment: Experts

'One-fourth mental illness due to workplace depression' - Business Standard

April 08, 2017

One in every four mental health problems occurring in people is due to depression, said experts in a seminar here.

OP Jindal University seeks collaboration with AIT -

April 29, 2014

JIBS participating in discussion at UNODC, Vienna on victims of online crime and digital piracy - The Indian Express

May 29, 2017

Social isolation one of the major causes for Internet infidelity: Study

Other than social isolation, depression, frustration in primary relationship and external influences can lead to online infidelity. And it is generally the younger population that attributes external influence as a reason for getting involved in online infidelity.

News about JIBS participating in discussion at UNODC, Vienna on victims of online crime and digital piracy - The Telegraph

May 29, 2017

Jindal Global University Calls for Countering Online Crimes at UN Panel in Vienna

How to avoid being a squeaky wheel - The Hindu Business Line

October 04, 2016

Article by Dr. Yashpal Jogdand on "Protecting the rights of minorities and dissident groups in India" - The psychologist

November 26, 2016

A group of social psychologists and activists in India and internationally have drafted an open letter to the Prime Minister of India, calling for protection of the rights of minorities and dissident groups in India.

The letter states: ‘As scientists who study how people's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are shaped by others, we are aware that such intolerance can have a long-lasting impact on India’s social fabric. India is one of the most diverse countries in the world, home to people of many ethnic, religious, caste, tribal groups and philosophic traditions. … a number of recent high-profile events have called into question the extent to which Indians can live lives unencumbered by intolerance.’

O.P. Jindal Global University Hosts Inaugural, 'Global Leadership Summit and Management Fest' -

November 23, 2015